There are seven known forms of lightsaber combat. Shii-Cho is the most rudimentary form developed by the Jedi Order, establishing basic motions. Makashi is a graceful style that has become common in duels with the Sith. Soresu, or Way of the Mynock, is meant to be used in close-quarter fighting. Ataru is an acrobatic style best suited for open spaces. Shien, or Djem So, allows a Jedi to deflect blaster fire back at a foe, turning defense into offense. Niman, or Way of the Rancor, is a hybrid martial art that effectively combines elements of the preceding lightsaber
forms into a single, generalized form; Niman balances out between the
various specializations of the other forms, resulting in a style that lacks advantage, but also lacks any serious
Finally, Juyo, or Vaapad, is the most aggressive and unpredictable form, earning
the nickname “Ferocity Form.” Because of this, it is generally
favored by users of the dark side of the Force, though it is practiced by Jedi as well. The form focuses on offense and has no defensive qualities. However,
this is compensated by the speed of the wielder or his/her blade being
Force Crash, by Jiwon Kim.